Thanks to a kind invitation I spent two lovely days at the Klein Karoo National Arts Festival (better known as KKNK). As usual, it was easier to drag the cell phone around than the camera, so I came back with only a few shots – which I’ll still play around with.
This church in Oudtshoorn belonged to my uncle’s very first parish after qualifying as a minister (or dominee) at the Dutch Reformed Church (NG Kerk) many moons ago.
This was taken on my way back from Oudtshoorn in the Langkloof.
My father’s family has its roots in the Little Karoo.
In turn, my mother’s family roots are scattered in the Great Karoo.
F/22 and 1/13s – the colour still impressive. More than a year after buying the Nikon D7100 it still keeps impressing me.
This and the next two are on-board colour sketch options on the D7100.
The original stone building was covered with some sort of protective adhesive which has sadly diminished the original stone character.
Another on-board editing option.
The aim here was, of course, fusing the blades of the windmill to capture the movement. The shutter was 1/15.